what causes the firing pin block to look chewed up?
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Old 04-26-2013, 01:21 AM   #1
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Default what causes the firing pin block to look chewed up?

Seems to function fine but looks chewed up? Its aftermarket along with the striker/spring assembly.

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Seems to function fine but looks chewed up? Its aftermarket along with the striker/spring assembly.
Send it back to the manufacturer of the aftermarket parts. Stock Glock works.
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Send it back to the manufacturer of the aftermarket parts. Stock Glock works.
I didnt buy or install the parts i just got the gun it still functions fine just wondering what would cause it?
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